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Tracing data of imported cold-chain food required
Published on: 2020-10-27
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To strengthen supervision of imported cold-chain food that may carry COVID-19, Beijing city ordered all relevant companies to trace the sources, whereabouts of imported frozen food.

Beijing local authorities have ordered all relevant companies to trace the sources and whereabouts of frozen meat and seafood starting November 1, in a bid to strengthen supervision of imported cold-chain foods that may carry COVID-19.

On Monday, the Beijing bureau of market supervision and administration — together with the Beijing commerce bureau — launched an online platform called "Beijing cold-chain" to trace the movements of all imported frozen meat and seafood.

No local cold-chain food production or sales company should buy, sell or use imported frozen meat or seafood without traceable data, the announcement read.

Starting from November, Beijing customers will be able to scan the codes on imported cold-chain food or codes provided by relevant sellers, via Chinese apps WeChat or Alipay, to check the source of cold-chain foods.



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